“Skopin maniac” helped hide the body of a friend who was killed for stealing a goose. He faces a case for harboring a particularly serious crime.

"Skopin maniac" Viktor Mokhov helped hide the body of an acquaintance, 43-year-old Sergei Shchukin, who was killed during a feast in his house. Mokhov was sentenced to 10 days of arrest for non-compliance with the administrative requirements of the court, now a criminal case can be opened against him for harboring a particularly serious crime. Baza writes about this in his Telegram channel.

According to the channel, on the day of the Airborne Forces, five acquaintances came to visit Mokhov. The company was drinking, at some point Mokhov decided that Schukin had stolen a goose from him. Another friend - Yevgeny Polishchuk - stood up for the "Skopin maniac", hitting Shchukin in the neck with his elbow, and killed him on the spot.

According to investigators, at night Mokhov helped a friend drag the body into the courtyard of an abandoned house, the body was found a few days later. The police detained Polishchuk, he has already confessed.

A resident of the Ryazan region, Viktor Mokhov, was sentenced to 17 years for kidnapping two girls in 2000 - a 17-year-old vocational school student and a 14-year-old night school student - and kept them in the basement of a garage for four years, where he systematically raped them. On March 3, 2021, Mokhov was released from a colony in the Saratov region. He was placed under administrative supervision for six years with a number of restrictions and the obligation to report twice a month to the police at the place of residence.

After his release, Mokhov gave an interview to Ksenia Sobchak. During an interview, he stated that one of his victims gave birth to children by him, but stopped having children when she was rescued. “I need to do it again,” said Mokhov. State Duma deputy Oksana Pushkina asked Mokhov's statement to be checked: she turned to the Prosecutor General's Office and the Federal Penitentiary Service. Also, the words of the "Skopin maniac" in an interview with Sobchak instructed to check the head of the Investigative Committee Alexander Bastrykin. One of Mokhov's victims, Ekaterina Martynova, stated that she would apply to the prosecutor's office with a demand to initiate a criminal case against Mokhov because of threats against her and the second victim, Elena Samokhina. According to her, Mokhov's statements in the interview should become the basis for repeated detention and arrest. Martynova said that Mokhov should remain behind bars.

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